CATR is Moving

As of May 3, 2016, the Center for Aging and Translational Research will be moving from the first floor offices of the Northwest Quadrant to the fourth floor. Our new address is: UWM Center for Aging and Translational Research 2025… Read More

Research Participants Needed!

By: Didi Alzubeidi Student Research Assistant Physical Health & Activity Research Laboratory Senior majoring in kinesiology In 2013, the US population with disabilities encompasses individuals of all ages, however, over half of the population with disabilities is between 18-64 years… Read More

Careers in Aging Day

The Center for Aging & Translational Research is sponsoring a “Careers in Aging Day” event that will provide students with important information about a wide range of professions in the field of aging and aging research, raise awareness about older populations and… Read More

CHS Spring Research Symposium 2015

Photo credit: Nora Miller, May 1, 2015 From Left: Laura Korthauer, Kyle Jennette, Jeffrey Peterson, Nick Lerma, Whitney Welch, Taylor Rowley, Holly Neuman, and Joseph Kotvis On Friday, May 1, 2015, students of CATR Scientists presented their research at the… Read More